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iFrames are evil. If you must, try this alternative.

The (really simple) alternative to iFrames
I wrote an article on my personal site some time ago and it has gotten consistent traffic over the past 8 months. So I thought I’d expand upon that original article and put my developer hat on for a little while.
Why are iFrames bad?

They are not web standards compliant.
Content in [...]

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Integrating SEO into a Web Site (Part 2 of 2)

Following from the previous post on integrating SEO effectively into a new site, this post will look at how to integrate SEO into an existing Site.
Whether a site is big or small, there will be limits to what can be altered if it is not being actively redeveloped it. It might be branding that’s the headache, or [...]

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Integrating SEO into a Web Site (Part 1 of 2)

About eighteen months ago, an ex-colleague and I worked out that applying SEO reactively to client sites ended up costing nearly twice as much in terms of time (and money) on average than applying it proactively.
This is not to say that if you have a site that has no SEO you should consider it a [...]

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